Fundraise for Us
Hosting a Bipolar Scotland fundraising event is a great way to get together with family, friends or work colleagues and here are some suggestions:
Coffee Morning and Cake Sale
Hosting a Coffee Morning and Cake Sale is a traditional way of raising funds, motivating friends and family and having a jolly good time!
First choose your venue – you can host your event at home or in your local community centre or village hall.
Next invite everyone you can think of - even if they can’t make it, it gives you a chance to talk about Bipolar Scotland and explain our work.
Then involve as many other people as possible – ask for help with baking, decorating, meet and greet etc. Everything is more fun with a Group of friends involved!
Crafternoon is a simple, easy and extremely enjoyable way of fundraising for Bipolar Scotland.
Organise a date, time and place and invite a few friends, relatives or colleagues along to donate money and spend time together getting crafty. Make something, raise money for Bipolar Scotland and swap craft tips over a slice of cake and a cuppa. Have fun and help ensure no-one faces bipolar alone.
We’re always delighted if people are willing to participate in sponsored activities on our behalf, so call us on 0141 560 2050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you all the essential paperwork. We’ll also help to publicise your event and here are some good ideas to get the ball rolling…
Edinburgh Marathon: www.edinburghmarathon.com
Inverness Marathon: www.lochnessmarathon.com
Do your own thing!
Whatever you're doing, wherever you do it and however much money you raise, we're fantastically grateful you’re on our team! You’ll be making a huge difference by ensuring nobody faces bipolar alone.
Always be upfront when hosting a fundraiser - no hidden surprises means your guests will be prepared to maximise their donations and support! And don’t hesitate to contact us if you need help organising or promoting your event – call 0141 560 2050 or email email@example.com for free advice.You might want to abseil down a tall building… jump out of a plane… or walk for miles wearing a kilt. These are all great activities but you’ll enjoy them even more if you’re raising money for Bipolar Scotland!